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Oct 22, 2013 Alana H. Rotter
Appeals, Writs and Summary Judgment, Los Angeles Daily Journal (October 22, 2013)

Summary adjudication motions have the potential to dramatically narrow a case before trial, but rulings on the motions are not appealable until the end of the case. In an October 22, 2013 Daily Journal article entitled “Appeals, writs and summary judgment,” Alana Rotter discusses the option of seeking immediate appellate review via a petition for a writ of mandate and the peril of missing the writ petition deadline.